Defender Nathan Fox is ready to make his mark at The Walks after making a lasting impression with Linnets boss Ian Culverhouse.
King's Lynn Town's new left-back caught the eye of Culverhouse - manager of Grantham Town at the time - during a Northern Premier League game against Hednesford last season.
And the Leicester-based full-back had no hesitation in swapping Keys Park for The Walks once the call came from director of football Robbie Back early in the summer.
The versatile Fox said: "I'm delighted to be at a club this size and one going in the right direction and I can wait to get started.
"I'm 26 now, so I'm at an age when I'm at the peak of my career, so to sign for a club like Lynn and have the opportunity to play in the Conference North, is a good chance for me.
"First and foremost I'm a defender, but I'd like to class myself as a modern day full-back.
"I like to push on and provide assists and I will give my all everytime that I step out on the pitch."
"I know the way Ian Culverhouse likes to play and that was a big decision in me wanting to come.
"He sees me as an outlet going forward and that's the way I like to play."